A Girl Like Me (AGLM) is a program of The Well Project and is an online “blog” where women of all ages can share their stories and promote understanding of HIV through online storytelling. There are millions of women around the globe who are living with HIV and AIDS, yet many feel they are alone in their disease and isolated in the experiences they go through each day. The goals of AGLM are to help normalize HIV and AIDS in women and girls, and create a safe space for women living with HIV from around the world to speak out and share their experience of what it is to live life with HIV.

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Learning to live my new normal life!

It has been ten months since I have been diagnosed HIV Positive. It has been a tough road and journey these ten months. Some of the struggles that I have faced so far are: telling family members and friends, and trying to date. Telling my family and friends that I am HIV...

Intro - Connie Rose

Hey there folks,

My name is Connie Rose and I was living in Indiana during the time I found out I was positive -  in a small farming community snug in the hip of the bible belt. I was only 21 years old with a 10-month old baby girl that I had...

What I Learned While Isolating Myself

My name is Angel, yes I have HIV, and this is my second time blogging on here. It’s been awhile…because I was going through something. My best thinking led me to believe that isolating from everyone as much as I could was what was best for me and what was...

New therapy keeps HIV at...

New therapy keeps HIV at bay without daily drug regimen, study says
by Melissa Healy
22 June 2016
The hunt for an HIV treatment that roots the virus out of its hiding places and kills it just got more interesting.

A human antibody that already has shown promise in protecting people against HIV infection has demonstrated the ability to suppress the resurgence of the infection for as...

It Was Taken With Violence

This is something I thought I will never be able to talk about but since I became a blogger with The Well Project and a Global Ambassador, getting to read other women and young girl share their experiences, I received boldness and courage to also share my experience.

Twenty six years ago,...

Why Healing is Necessary in the Movement

I know I will never forget what it felt like to hear over the phone that my HIV test came back with a positive result. Damn!! Life as I had hoped it would turn out was over. I couldn't see past the diagnosis. Yet the next thing I did feel was an...

What happened to the American Dream?

The Founding Fathers put into law the revolutionary idea that each person's desire to pursue happiness was not just self-indulgence, but a part of what drives ambition and creativity. Not only stating, but also legally protecting, these values, the Founding Fathers set up a very attractive society for those who aspire to...

#HIV and #LOVE (My story of love and disclosure)

Love, how beautiful it is! This is so important for people living with HIV / AIDS ... to have someone who loves you and can see you beyond the disease, that is, if they are HIV negative. I feel blessed that after all these years living with my diagnosis and thinking about...

HIV Is Not a Crime

HIV Criminalization hits home for me.

Disclosing your status is very important. The laws in different states can be very tough when you don’t disclose to your partner. Have you seen the film “HIV IS NOT A CRIME” by The SERO Project? If you haven’t already I must say it’s definitely a...

El #VIH y el #AMOR (Mi Historia de Amor y Divulgar)

El amor, qué hermoso es! Esto es tan importante para las personas que viven con el VIH / SIDA... tener a alguien que te ame y puede ver más allá de la enfermedad, es decir si son VIH negativas... Me siento bendecido de que después de todos estos años de ser positiva...

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Learning to live my new normal life!

It has been ten months since I have been diagnosed HIV Positive. It has been a tough road and journey these ten months. Some of the struggles that I have faced so far are: telling family members and friends, and trying to date. Telling my family and friends that I am HIV...

Intro - Connie Rose

Hey there folks,

My name is Connie Rose and I was living in Indiana during the time I found out I was positive -  in a small farming community snug in the hip of the bible belt. I was only 21 years old with a 10-month old baby girl that I had...

What I Learned While Isolating Myself

My name is Angel, yes I have HIV, and this is my second time blogging on here. It’s been awhile…because I was going through something. My best thinking led me to believe that isolating from everyone as much as I could was what was best for me and what was...

New therapy keeps HIV at...

New therapy keeps HIV at bay without daily drug regimen, study says
by Melissa Healy
22 June 2016
The hunt for an HIV treatment that roots the virus out of its hiding places and kills it just got more interesting.

A human antibody that already has shown promise in protecting people against HIV infection has demonstrated the ability to suppress the resurgence of the infection for as...

It Was Taken With Violence

This is something I thought I will never be able to talk about but since I became a blogger with The Well Project and a Global Ambassador, getting to read other women and young girl share their experiences, I received boldness and courage to also share my experience.

Twenty six years ago,...

Why Healing is Necessary in the Movement

I know I will never forget what it felt like to hear over the phone that my HIV test came back with a positive result. Damn!! Life as I had hoped it would turn out was over. I couldn't see past the diagnosis. Yet the next thing I did feel was an...

What happened to the American Dream?

The Founding Fathers put into law the revolutionary idea that each person's desire to pursue happiness was not just self-indulgence, but a part of what drives ambition and creativity. Not only stating, but also legally protecting, these values, the Founding Fathers set up a very attractive society for those who aspire to...

#HIV and #LOVE (My story of love and disclosure)

Love, how beautiful it is! This is so important for people living with HIV / AIDS ... to have someone who loves you and can see you beyond the disease, that is, if they are HIV negative. I feel blessed that after all these years living with my diagnosis and thinking about...

HIV Is Not a Crime

HIV Criminalization hits home for me.

Disclosing your status is very important. The laws in different states can be very tough when you don’t disclose to your partner. Have you seen the film “HIV IS NOT A CRIME” by The SERO Project? If you haven’t already I must say it’s definitely a...

El #VIH y el #AMOR (Mi Historia de Amor y Divulgar)

El amor, qué hermoso es! Esto es tan importante para las personas que viven con el VIH / SIDA... tener a alguien que te ame y puede ver más allá de la enfermedad, es decir si son VIH negativas... Me siento bendecido de que después de todos estos años de ser positiva...

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